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India Surges Towards An Education Democracy

by Priyanka Bhardwaj –India– Every afternoon 8-year-old Raj Kumar and his younger sibling trudge along the ten kilometer expanse of Golf Course Road to take free […]

Business & Economy, Economic Inequality, Feature Articles, India, Teaching & Learning

Advocacy Tours Transform Local Development Issues into Tourist Spectacles

by Katie Palmer –Canada– Recently I partnered with a colleague from OneChild, a children’s rights organization, to travel throughout Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand for several weeks […]

Business & Economy, Economic Inequality, Feature Articles, NGO's, Poverty, Southeast Asia, Travel

Borei Keila Evictions Highlights Economic Hierarchy Among Poor in Cambodia

by Michelle Tolson –Cambodia– On January 12th, 2012 I traveled 45 km outside of Phnom Penh with a group of human rights workers and journalists to […]

Business & Economy, Cambodia, Displacement, Economic Inequality, Feature Articles, Human Rights, Politics & Democracy, Poverty

Another 5 years of Karzai: An Afghan-American Perspective from Kabul

by Wazhmah Osman – Afghanistan/USA – I was born in Kabul, Afghanistan during the good years, in the early seventies. Among my fondest memories is walking […]

Afghanistan, Business & Economy, Economic Inequality, Feature Articles, Middle East, Politics & Democracy, Taliban